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Can Atheism Be Proven Wrong?

Religion has to do more than come up with some good evidence for its hypothesis. It has to have a coherent hypothesis in the first place.

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Rejecting religion isn't an unquestioned axiom. Rejecting religion is a conclusion, based on an overwhelmingly mountainous pile of unignorable evidence. And even for those atheists who are now totally convinced that this conclusion is correct, it's still a conclusion. It's not that atheism isn't falsifiable. It's that thousands of years of history have utterly failed to falsify it.

It could still happen. The trickster god could still show his 900-foot face and wow us all.

But I'm not holding my breath.

Read more of Greta Christina at her blog.

 
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